Betty Bolognani

Betty Bolognani DEMDemocrat

American politician (1926-2016)

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Betty BolognaniDEMDemocrat American politician (1926-2016)
90
Age at Death1926-2016
20
Years of Experience
VTResidence (state)

Betty Mae Bolognani (February 23, 1926 – November 1, 2016) is an American politician who served in the Vermont House of Representatives from 2001 to 2003. Four months after incumbent representative Neil Hoag resigned due to medical issues, Governor Howard Dean appointed Bolognani to serve out the remainder of his term. A member of the Democratic Party, Bolognani ran in 2002 and 2004 to represent the Windham-Bennington 1 district in the House but lost both times to Republican Philip Bartlett.

Education3 - 3 of 1
University of Vermont
BS
1948
Past Positions1 - 8 of 8
Chair
Readsboro County Commission
2001
Justice of the Peace
Town
1990
School Board
Readsboro Regional Board
1950 - 1970
Experience
Readsboro Town Democratic Commision
Experience
Bennington County Democratic Commitee
Owner
Readsboro Inn and Readsboro Properties
1950 - 2000
Manager
Jerry's Hardware
1970 - 1998
Extension Instructor
University of Massachusetts Extension Service
1948 - 1950
Other Experience1 - 9 of 9
Legislative Committee
Trustees Board, Vermont Veterans' Home
2002 - Current
Chair
Readsboro Cemetery Commission
2001 - Current
Vice President
Bennington/Ruthland Opportunity Council
1991 - Current
President
Readsboro Historical Society
1990 - Current
Secretary
Senior Anne Society
1989 - Current
Treasurer
Bennington County 4-H Foundation
1988 - Current
Board of Trustees
4-H Camp
1980 - Current
Experience
American Legion Auxiliary
Leader
4-H Club